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Traumatic Pelvis Fracture and Pelvic Hematoma with Resulting Subcutaneous Abscess - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Traumatic Pelvis Fracture and Pelvic Hematoma with Resulting Subcutaneous Abscess - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Traumatic Pelvis Fracture and Pelvic Hematoma with Resulting Widespread Subcutaneous Abscess – Medical Illustration This stock medical exhibit features illustrations depicting an initial pelvic fracture during a collision that resulted in a fatal subcutaneous abscess. The first image provides a side cut away view of the injuries. An enlargement highlights the pelvic fractures and resulting hematoma. A second enlargement shows the abscess as it begins to form at the injury site. The second illustration also provides a side cut away view. This image highlights the subsequent condition as the large subcutaneous abscess has grown to encompass the pelvic and abdominal regions. A final enlargement is included to show the subcutaneous necrosis.

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